Life of Muhammad: Event in Shianda, Kenya

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Tahir Ahmad Machengo, Kenya Correspondent

Jamaat-e-Ahmadiyya Shianda in Western Kenya, organised Jalsa Seeratun Nabi on 4 April 2021, in a village called Mwisasia. 

Due to the prevailing Covid-19 pandemic and following the country’s Ministry of Health guidelines on gatherings, only 46 members attended, among them were three Ansar, eight Lajna, 18 Khuddam, seven Atfal and ten Nasirat. 

This has been the way of meeting Jamaat members and engaging them in tarbiyat, led by the region-in-charge, Sheikh Adnan Hashmi Sahib.

Prior to his address, two speeches were delivered by Khuddam, one on “The Holy Prophetsa as a good example to mankind” and the highlighted some incidents from the life of the Holy Prophetsa

In the end, Sheikh Adnan Hashmi Sahib delivered his concluding remarks. He spoke about the spiritual reformation of the companions of the Holy Prophetsa

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Members present were reminded to always follow good examples of the Holy Prophetsa in their daily lives, and that we should adopt humbleness, meekness and steadfastness. We should perform five daily prayers, offer tahajjud and adhere to the nizam-e-jamaat, for this will bring success in their lives and their children, amin

The event ended with silent prayer led by Sheikh Adnan Hashmi Sahib.

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